OpenArc Asset Management Adds Partner

Feb 8 2013 | 4:41am ET

New York-based OpenArc Asset Management has hired Michael Warszawski as a partner.

Warszawski is the former chief executive officer of Bank Hapoalim Switzerland. Prior to joining BHS, Warszawski was CEO of PAM Global Investments, a London-based asset management boutique. 

Dios stated, “Michael joins an outstanding team of seasoned industry professionals including Doug Reid, Luis Jimenez and Aviva Pinto. Together we have developed one of the most robust platforms in the industry for providing high quality, comprehensive investment advice and asset management to families and institutions.”

Michael added, “The team at OpenArc is experienced, caring and trustworthy. We receive no fees or incentives from anyone except our clients and are therefore free from any conflicts of interest. We understand our clients deeply, tailor our advice and services to their specific needs and invest our own portfolios alongside theirs.”

OpenArc is an independent, wealth management firm that provides services to ultra high net worth individuals, families and institutions across the globe.


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